HeartGold and SoulSilver Town Map

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In-Game DescriptionLocationKanto or Johto
A path that weaves through trees and comes out at a farm.
A pleasant coastal road where the breeze blows and waves roar.
Two small islands lightly floating in the ocean.
A developing city where people and Pokémon come and go as they like.
A coastal road where the only threat might be the volcano on the horizon.
A dark tunnel that begins in Lavender Town and comes out in Cerulean City.
The Tohjo waterfall that links the Kanto and Johto regions.
A popular path with swimmers. The Seafoam Islands are also here.
A small town covered in a beautiful hue of purple.
A difficult and always rainy path that comes out in a cave.
A coastal road littered with rocks due to Cinnabar Island's volcano eruption.
A woodland path that comes out at a lake. Beware the greedy gate.
An easy path of Cycling Road running above the sea.
A large forest full of tress that are used to make charcoal.
Four islands that are protected by whirlpools and are difficult to reach.
When SLOWPOKE are thirsty, they come here to drink.
A green and densely overgrown path that forks in two directions.
A spacious and beautiful park. It's connected to the Pokéathlon Dome.
A southern city that is bathed in orange by the setting sun.
A city that even now bears the marks of its history.
A beautiful city that is enveloped in green year-round.
A one-way road down a hill that has a gentle slope and is fun to traverse.
A tower that's said to have a legendary Pokémon that lands there.
Deep underground, it's connected to the ocean. The water flows here.
A path that cuts through the row of trees to come out on the coastline.
A road that begins a journey. The road smells like freshly cut grass.
A pleasant path from the base of the mountain to the Safari Zone.
A cave that connects Route 44 to Blackthorn City.
A short, nostalgic path winding through nature.
A bridge known for its fishing. It's also called 'Silence Bridge.'
A road where many rocks have fallen from the sky to create craters.
A grassy path with a gentle, refreshing breeze.
In-Game DescriptionLocationKanto or Johto
A place where you can experience wild thrills safely.
A popular route for Trainers, marked by three Apricorn trees.
This old village is still surrounded by trees and other scenery.
A road running south of Saffron City connecting to the Underground Path.
A bright path with a lake that's easy on the eyes and easy to traverse.
The northern starting point of Cycling Road.
A city where you can smell small flowers and a sea breeze.
A place where people from all over come to show off their strength.
A hallowed mountain that rises between the Johto and Kanto regions.
A cave that had collapsed once. It has been reconstructed.
A short road that leads to the blocked-off Underground Path.
A beautiful bridge that stretches across a river.
A road that forms a maze crossing a small, rocky mountain.
A lush, green path, even though it's right next to a city.
A rich, rainbow-colored city where people and Pokémon gather.
A road that crosses from Johto to the Kanto region, like a new journey.
A difficult, narrow path where many Trainers await you.
A path that winds through the forest and comes out overlooking the sea.
A forest filled with nature and Bug-type Pokémon.
The fate many Trainers aiming for the top rests here.
A way home that runs from the base of the mountain to the plains.
A road that tests Trainers aiming at the Pokémon League.
A snow-covered area of old legends, surrounded by a wall of snow.
A grassy path where you can battle other young Trainers.
An unimaginably difficult mountain road that gives the impression of a test.
A tower that was hit by lightning, and subsequently caught fire and burned.
A naturally large cavern that is incredibly spacious.
A beachside city that has benefitted greatly from the sea.
A mysterious mountain village cut into a rock face.
A country road full of greenery and rough paths.
You can hear the waves in this path from west Olivine City to the sea.
A town where the wind blows and tells of impending change.
In-Game DescriptionLocationKanto or Johto
A place where you can find a former adventure.
A path that winds and bends from the forest's entrance.
A historic village that has become new.
A fairly new and quiet town. It's a small and pretty place.
A town with a suspicious air to it. It's a hiding place for ninjas.
A downhill path that passes through a grassy and breezy plain.
A quiet city nestled between rugged mountains and rocks.
A tunnel dug by DIGLETT connecting Vermilion City to Pewter City.
A path crossed by the Magnet Train bridge—nature meets technology.
A wonderful path with a few pleasant springs and abundant greenery.
A road on a cliff that strikes fear in the hearts of those who dare to pass.
A winding road by a river, but called 'Mountain Road.'
A huge lake full of clear, blue water.
A rough spot in the sea where whirlpools block your path.
The plant that generates all the energy for the Kanto region.
A short road that leads to the blocked-off Underground Path.
A city where you can hear the melody of the sea.
A town where people and Pokémon live together in simple harmony.
The southern ending point of Cycling Road.
This used to be the location of the Safari Zone, but is now the ________.
A dark, difficult-to-navigate tunnel that runs beneath the Johto region.
A path to Victory Road that eventually becomes impassable.
A small path opened at the base of challenging Mt. Mortar.
It shines brightly over the ocean with the power of AMPHAROS.
A beautiful city with flowing water and blooming flowers.
A road that passes along the canal and comes out at the Power Plant.
A tower where they study diligently to learn to live with Pokémon.
A vacant and hidden mountain road that continues to Mt. Silver.
A road running north of Saffron City connecting to the Underground Path.
A mountain where a star fell. It now holds a mysterious power.
A town used to be here until it was swept away by an eruption.

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